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Sequel to my 2006 smash hit (...as in I hit something and smashed it...) I REMEMBER TINGLE!
Warning: The following film contains footage from the Phillips Cd-i version of The Legend of Zelda. Please be aware that casting eyes upon it kills babies.
It's sort of over my head.
I will readily admit that I don't understand this. It's probably because I've never played a Zelda game since number two all the back on the original Nintendo. So, I didn't dock you any points for the plot since I didn't get it, but I will take some away for technical proficiency. First off, the graphics weren't bad, but the animation was poor, and I don't mean during the 'game' sequence. Truly however, the worst offender was the sound; it was abysmal. The voices were all but impossible to hear until they shouted, in which case it was suddenly louder than a heavy metal concert. So, though I didn't understand it, I won't hold that against it; I will, however, dock points for the wretched sound.
Fair criticism, about the sound, definitely one that I've been working on for a while. Thank you for your suggestions! I don't blame you for not understanding the plot, it's definitely esoteric. Thanks for giving it a shot, though!
It was not too bad, but wasn't that good either. I say, it is just barely passable. You just need to work on speeding things up, and at the same time, make it longer
"Not quite wretched enough to make me puke, but I gagged a little" is where I set my standards, so "barely passable" is pretty damn good! Thanks for viewing!
A starving village ask a water spirit to help them.
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a clock day story
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